10 Totally Festive Non-Alcoholic Christmas Drinks

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Christmas is just around the corner and if you’re not interested in getting Merry, then don’t panic! – We’ve got just the list for you. Here’s a list of 10 festive non-alcoholic Christmas drinks. You don’t need alcohol to enjoy yourself during the holiday season.

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1 . Non-Alcoholic Christmas Mojito

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I wanted to come up with something easy yet delicious; festive yet full of flavor.  I needed it to be a drink that could be created quickly but would leave quite an impression.  And after thinking over some of my favorite drinks, I kept coming back to my beloved non-alcoholic mojito!

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2. Cherry Mulled Mocktail

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Christmas may be a time for mulled wine and cocktails for some but if you don’t drink (like me) or are temporarily having to stick to the non alcoholic beverages, due to pregnancy or being the designated driver then why not try this non alcoholic alternative cherry mulled mocktail.This would work well for Christmas parties or entertaining at home and is great if you enjoy fruity flavours.

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3. Non-Alcoholic Cranberry Orange Spritzer

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This Non-Alcoholic Cranberry Orange Spritzer is a festive drink for the holidays that everyone can enjoy. The bonus is you likely have everything you need in your home already to mix it up!

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4. Sparkling Cranberry Lime Mocktail

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This Sparkling Cranberry Lime Mocktail welcomes the holidays. Full of bubbles and a hint of lime and cranberry, this mocktail is sure to please your holiday guests.

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5. Sparkling Apple Cider Floats (Alcoholic & Non-Alcoholic)

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Sparkling Apple Cider Floats are a fun and easy drink recipe perfect for a holiday party. Use hard cider to make a cocktail or sparkling cider for a non-alcoholic mocktail.  There are also a few simple tricks to make them extra simple to prep ahead of time and extra special. Add festive fun to the holidays when you serve these fizzy apple cocktails or mocktails to your family and friends

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6. Frost Bite Mocktail

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7. Non-Alcoholic Eggnog

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Homemade eggnog is one of our favorite Holiday treats. This non-alcoholic version is family friendly so everyone gets a taste. This is so much better than what you can find at the grocery store, and the best part is you get to control the flavor. You can kick the cinnamon up a notch if you are a cinnamon lover, or tone it down. Adjusting the spices to your personal taste is the best. Making your own eggnog is totally easy. I make a cooked version to make sure it is safe for everyone. This right here is holiday decadence at its finest.

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8. Mock Champagne

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Bring in the new year with a fancy bubbly glass of mock champagne. Not only is it alcohol-free but it tastes delicious and is so easy to make!

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9. Persian Pomegranate Mocktail

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A sweet, tart, aromatic Persian-inspired drink with pomegranate, lime and orange blossom water. A gorgeous virgin mocktail – add vodka if desired!

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10. Roy Rogers Mocktail

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Awards season is my favorite season and I’m making a mocktail to celebrate this occasion. You can sip on this drink, which is named after Hollywood’s most famous cowboy, while you cheer on your favorite celebs

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